Running head: MARCOECONOMIC EFFECT ON BUSINESS OPERATIONS Macroeconomic Effect on Business Operations University of Phoenix MMPBL/501 Forces Influencing Business in the 21st Century November 29, 2010 David Disciascio Macroeconomic Effect on Business Operations This paper is going to explain the tools used by the Federal Reserve to control the money supply and how those tools influence the money supply and in turn affecting the factors of macroeconomics. This paper is also going to explain
reducing their market price and encouraging high interest rates, making it more expensive for business to finance fixed investment. This effort to stimulate the economy would be self-defeating. References Colander, D. c. (2010). Marcoeconomics. Boston, MA: The McGraw-Hill series economics. Silva, J. (2011). Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy, and Confidence. International Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol. 3, No. 4:.
Debenhams in the Uk experienced challenging trading conditions as they has unseasonal weather, this undoubtly impacted the demand for seasonal products and seasonal clothing. Customers confidence still remained depressed throughout 2012 as there were marcoeconomic concerns about the Uk economy and the widely reported issues that affected the Eurozone weighed on customers minds and budgets on what to spend. Despite the extremely challenging economic market conditions, Debenhams reported the record December
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